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Itamar Mann

  • Re-thinking the role of international law in the Middle East conflict

    The fact that international law supports the two-state paradigm is not sufficient reason to preserve its current role, if at present, international law serves to perpetuate the conflict.  International law is increasingly being applied when deemed relevant to an ideological agenda, and therefore its impact is limited.   By David Hughes In response to former Justice Edmond Levy’s report on the status of the West Bank, Itamar Mann considers Levy’s controversial proposal that Israel’s presence in the West Bank does not amount to an occupation. Mann's position is surprising: perhaps easing the collective fixation on the terminology of occupation “will enable…

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